uPVC profiles for modern homes

How uPVC Profiles Enhance the Interiors of Modern Homes

Apr Mon, 2024

The fenestration industry in India has seen considerable development in engineering and material selection throughout the years. Wooden windows have been around since the dawn of building technology. Modern building metals like steel and aluminium arrived in India in the 20th century, and uPVC is still a new substance. Permit us to track the evolution of the fenestration industry in India.

uPVC Profiles in Modern Home Design

  •  Efficient Use of Energy: Preserves Heat and Prevents the Expulsion of Cold Air.
  • Decreases Ambient Noise: Provides Superior Soundproofing.
  • Long-lasting Durability: Protects against UV rays, water, and extreme weather.
  • Requires Little Upkeep: Wipe off with a damp cloth and soapy water.
  • Security: Features top-notch hardware, strong frames, and sophisticated locking mechanisms for added peace of mind.
  • Adaptable to Different Interior Styles: Available in a Variety of Designs to Meet Your Needs.
  • Affordable: It’s usually less costly than other window materials, a significant plus.

Design Versatility with uPVC Profiles

  • uPVC windows have come a long way, from plain old white frames to all sorts of designs.
  • Classic varieties include casement, sliding, bay, bow, and tilt-and-turn windows.
  • At Okotech, we offer custom forms for a one-of-a-kind style that goes well with modern house designs.
  • A variety of wood grain finishes, in addition to beige, grey, and black, are now available for colour customisation.
  • You can get bespoke colour choices for some designs from specific suppliers.
  • When you choose dual-coloured uPVC windows, you may choose a different colour for the inside and outside frames, giving you more design options.

Incorporating uPVC Profiles in Interior Design

  • A wide Various window frames are available in various colours and designs. 
  • Seamless indoor/outdoor connection with sliding doors. 
  • Elegant uPVC-profiled French windows
  • Sliding screen panels and uPVC room dividers. 
  • Decorative ceiling beams and profiles for hiding LED strips in the ceiling. 
  • Coordinating in colour and with smooth lines for the skirting and baseboards. 
  • Naughts and window chairs with removable and washable cushions and built-in shelving. 
  • Appealing bay windows with additional seating and a touch of architectural flair. Wainscoting, dado rails, and paneling are architectural elements.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What uPVC is used in residential buildings?

uPVC, or unplasticized polyvinyl chloride, is perfect for commercial and residential applications because of its high-grade flexibility and adequate insulation.

Is uPVC suitable for interior design?

uPVC windows offer superior ventilation and an elegant appearance. They also allow interior designers to fit more fixtures into constrained spaces, making them a smart choice for contemporary interior spaces.